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Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard

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Hi Guys!  Today I’ve got an fun craft for your Thanksgiving tablescape.  Earlier this week I shared my Thanksgiving tablescape where I showcased these cute frames.

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard ~ a great Thanksgiving craft

These are the perfect way to personalize your Thanksgiving tablescape.  These would also be great for a buffet spread to label all the dishes you were serving.

Ok… so here’s what I did…

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard ~ a great Thanksgiving craft

I picked up gold frames at Dollar Tree and a bag of of corn husks from our grocery store.

Soak the corn husks in cold water for about 10 minutes to help them soften, then let them dry on a towel for about 10 minutes.  Then I cut the corn husks into 1”-2” strips and with a hot glue gun I created these cute corn husk loops.  You’ll notice that some corn husks are thicker than others.  I highly recommend using the thicker ones… less hot glue burns ~ ouch!

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard ~ a great Thanksgiving craft

Keep going around till you’ve covered the outside edge of the frame.

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard ~ a great Thanksgiving craft

For the chalkboard center I used chalkboard laminate.  I just covered the backing of the frame.  It’s so easy with easy with peel and stick chalkboard laminate.

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Placecard ~ a great Thanksgiving craft

Such a festive addition to your Thanksgiving spread.

Thanks for stopping by friends!

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